Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Black Canary and Wolverine



I recently picked up a copy of Black Canary and Zatanna: Bloodspell by Paul Dini and Joe Quinones on a whim and found it to be a blast.  It did a great job of spotlighting the differences between the two heroes and the story moved with action and humor at a breezy pace.  I am a big fan of Joe Quinones' art and he impresses again here, both characters have rarely looked better.  I highly recommend it for anyone who likes Zee or Dinah.

7 comments:

AirDave said...

Wasn't that team-up billed as some kind of fishnet pairing? I thought I read something a while back that Dini wanted to do something like that...

Great cover! This is one of those team-up I would've thought you would have done already...
;)

Ross said...

Yeah, plus Dini's wife is like a real life Zatanna as well. I was surprised I hadn't done this one too.

Anonymous said...

I tried getting that at my local direct-order shop when it first came out. The owner said it never even got shipped to him! So, at this point, I think I have a better chance of latching on to Red Anvil's WOTI #4.*

As for this cover? Interesting premise. I mean, Wolverine makes left-wing GA look like a calm, collected middle-of-the-roader! So, BC teaming up with the former is admittedly a little surprising. Makes me wonder what enemy they would have so badly in common that they'd risk it. Intergang? The Hellfire Club? Maybe even collusion between the two!

*And as it stands, right now, those chances can be measured in negative integers.

Cary Comic said...

I hear your pain, Anon. "BC & Z: Bloodpsell" was inexplicably unavailable at every comic shop in my neck of the woods, too. :-(

Ross said...

I got my copy through Comixology.

Cary Comic said...

An honest-to-goodness back issue made of paper? Or just page-by-page hard copy printout of some pain-in-the-butt, Kindle-style download? Because, my pc definitely can't do the latter!

Cary Comic said...

Never mind! I just looked up their official website. They don't do paper back issues...and I don't do e-books. That requires a credit card I no longer have and a cellphone I will never own.

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